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  • Langlie, Arthur B. Daiber, Ome
  • Created Date
  • 1952
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  • On November 6, 1952, Governor Langlie wrote to Ome Daiber expressing his dismay over the rise in accident-related deaths in Washington state. Langlie states "It is my sincere hope that we can make our people more conscious of hazards that cause their great losses. Our laws, our methods of informing people, the need of their support to the cause of safety, require constant reviews." Langlie acknowledge's Daiber's commitment to safety and invite... more
    On November 6, 1952, Governor Langlie wrote to Ome Daiber expressing his dismay over the rise in accident-related deaths in Washington state. Langlie states "It is my sincere hope that we can make our people more conscious of hazards that cause their great losses. Our laws, our methods of informing people, the need of their support to the cause of safety, require constant reviews." Langlie acknowledge's Daiber's commitment to safety and invites him to serve on the Recreational Safety Committee of the Governor's Safety Conference in Olympia. A draft of Daiber's response, sent on November 15, is written on the back of Langlie's letter. In his response, Daiber accepts Langlie's request to participate in the committee and states "We of Mt. Rescue are gravely concerned about public safety in our mountains and are anxious to cooperate in every way to safeguard against a possible repetition of the tragic season just past.". less
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